2. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/04/140418141123.htm - This article shows how a Kind - the Red Junglefowl - can adapt and change rapidly. Exactly what we would expect based on the many different species we see today vs the number that got off the Ark. Again, no new genetic information created, what was contained within the Red Jungle fowl is what was used to create the new species. The new species have much less genetic diversity than did the Red Jungle fowl.
4. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160315085944.htm - This article shows how gene expression can effect the appearance of an organism. In this case, the legs of the chicken, which are normally scales, are covered with feathers. The article hypothesizes that perhaps this is how dinos evolved into birds. Their mistake however is that the chicken already has the existing genetic code to produce scales and feathers. Dinos would have had to create all the programming necessary to create feathers and observable science shows us that random mutations destroy information, they do not created new complex information.
We see that epigenetics, mutations, and gene expression can have a big impact on the way an organism looks and even behaves. However, in the end, they are all still chickens and more importantly no new genetic information was created in any of these examples. The differences are all a result of changes to existing information.
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